Lady Gaga has announced a rescheduled release date for her long-awaited sixth album Chromatica.
In March, Lady Gaga postponed the release of Chromatica until later this year, stating, "it just doesn’t feel right to me to release this album with all that is going on during this global pandemic."
Since then, she's released the artwork and tracklist, confirming collaborations with Elton John, Ariana Grande and BLACKPINK.
Today (6 May), Lady Gaga has finally announced a new release date for Chromatica, and it's arriving on 29 May.
Lady Gaga hasn't just been busy with her album campaign recently, she's also been raising huge sums of money for the World Health Organisation and their fight against the coronavirus, and put together the huge One World: Together At Home coronavirus benefit concert last month.
Chromatica, Lady Gaga's sixth LP, will follow on from 2016's Joanne.